Tag Archives: OPM

Executive Order Sets Nine Principles for Federal Adoption of AI

Artificial intelligence

President Donald Trump signed Thursday an executive order to guide agencies on the adoption of artificial intelligence to facilitate the delivery of services to U.S. citizens and promote public trust in AI. The executive order establishes nine common principles for the design, development, use and acquisition of AI: lawful; accurate, reliable and effective; purposeful and performance-driven; accountable; transparent; regularly monitored; responsible and traceable; understandable; safe, secure and resilient.

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Pentagon Unveils Resilience Plan as Military, Employees Return to Normal Operations

The Department of Defense’s office of the chief management officer has released a five-phased plan to provide guidance to commanders and supervisors as they prepare military personnel, government civilian employees and contractors to return to normal operations while ensuring their safety amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

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OPM, GSA’s Centers of Excellence Seek Comments on Mainframe Hardware Upgrade Plan

The Office of Personnel Management and the General Services Administration’s Centers of Excellence have issued a draft request for quote and request for information to seek industry feedback on a plan to obtain two backup mainframes to replace existing hardware supporting OPM’s critical workloads, FedScoop reported Thursday.

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